March 16-17 The Art and Science of an Apology: Understanding How the Best Person, at the Best Time, in The Best Way Creates All the Difference (plenary); Learning How to Deal with Stress by Understanding Our Own Approach to Conflict (workshop), California State-Wide ADR SELPA Conference, Riverside, California
April 2 Understanding Approaches to Conflict, Placentia/Yorba Linda School District, California
April 16 Understanding Sources of Resistance and How to Move Past Impasse (plenary), How to Get “Unstuck”: More Customized Strategies to Break Impasse (workshop), 43rd Annual Collective Bargaining and Arbitration Conference, Northwest LERA , Seattle, Washington
April 23 Strategic Questioning: Asking the Right Question, in the Right Way, at the Right Time, to the Right Person, (1 day training), Olympia Industrial Appeals Board, Olympia, Washington
Nina Meierding, a national leader in the field of conflict resolution, has mediated over 4,000 disputes and has trained thousands of people in almost all 50 states, as well as Canada, England, India, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Scotland, and Sweden.
She was the Director and Senior Mediator at the Mediation Center in Ventura, California from 1985-2007 and is now a full-time trainer (Negotiation and Mediation Training Services), professor, and conflict resolution consultant.
Nina customizes her trainings for businesses, courts, school districts, city, county, and federal government agencies, law firms and bar associations, medical centers, corporations, non-profit groups and universities.
Nina has taught at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law for over 27 years and also taught at Southern Methodist University for almost 20 years. She has been an instructor at the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada, and the California Judicial College and is a guest lecturer at universities throughout the United States.
Nina served as a special education mediator for the California State Department of Education and was the mediation partner and trainer for the Wisconsin Special Education System (WSEMS) from 2006 - 2017.
She is a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators and served on the Board of Directors of the Association of Conflict Resolution, the California Dispute Resolution Institute, and the Southern California Mediation Association, as well as on the Council for Distinguished Advisors at Pepperdine University and the Advisory Board at Southern Methodist University and many other organizations.
She was awarded the Peacemaker Award in 1992 by the Southern California Mediation Association for her outstanding work in the conflict resolution field, the John Haynes Distinguished Mediator Award, an international award given by the Association of Conflict Resolution, in 2005, and the Lifetime Achievement Award by the American College of Civil Trial Mediators in 2017. She is an honorary fellow of the International Academy of Mediators and an emeritus fellow of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators.
(See "About Nina" for further biographical information)
Trainings are customized to meet an organization's or agency's unique needs. Nina will work closely with you to tailor a specific program that qualifies for statutory requirements for state trainings for court programs or for the unique needs of your corporation.
Please see our negotiation training and mediation training pages for additional information (including the training calendar) and do not hesitate to use the contact page or email Nina at email@example.com so that she may respond to you directly with regards to customizing a training program to meet your needs.& DVD Training
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